Three New Jersey U.S. representatives met with members of the Nationwide Guard and their households throughout a bipartisan city corridor assembly Tuesday.
Democratic Reps. Bonnie Watson Coleman and Frank Pallone met with Republican Rep. Tom MacArthur on the Lawrenceville Nationwide Guard Armory. The representatives mentioned points together with well being care protection, federal debt and gun management with the gang.
The representatives disagreed on a number of points however reached a transparent consensus on funding infrastructure tasks. All three agreed the federal government ought to spend money on street and bridge repairs together with railroad developments.
Watson Coleman says she and her colleagues have been excited to carry a “nontraditional” city corridor assembly. All three representatives say they want to see extra bipartisan conferences.